The borough’s leaf vac program begins Monday, October 9. Click here for more details.
The Spring City Music and Market Festival will take place Saturday, October 7 on Main Street. The event will feature live music, vendors, food, a beer garden and a beer stein holding contest. The event is free to attend.
Please note, Main Street will be closed for this event and there will be no parking allowed on Main Street between Hall and New Streets.
The event goes from 11:00AM to 4:00PM.
The Borough’s leaf vacuum collection program will begin on Monday, October 10th, 2016 and continue through Friday, December 9th, 2016. Days and times will vary with each neighborhood. The leaf-vac collection will start on Tuesday at the souther end of the Borough on Pikeland Avenue and work towards the north side of the Borough towards King Street. Weather permitting; the leaf vacuum unit will collect leaves on all Borough streets at once per week.
Leaves should be raked in piles into the gutter on the streets. Raked leaf piles should be under four (4) feet in length and more than two (2) feet high. Residents may also age leaves in brown yard waste bags for pick-up on Mondays each week during the leaf collection season. Bagged leaves should be placed at the curb.
The Borough also asks that residents park away from the leaf piles for safety purposes and to allow adequate room for the crews and leaf vacuum unit to make collections.
Two events will be held in Spring City on Sunday, September 11 marking the fifteenth anniversary of the terrorist attacks on America.
The Spring City Fellowship Church will be sponsoring a special community worship service. “We Remember” will be held at the United Methodist Church on Church Road in the borough.
The Red, White and Brews Half Marathon will also be taking place in the morning. Starting in Phoenixville, runners will enter Spring City on the Schuylkill River Trail to Church Street, left on Bridge and then take Main Street out of town towards Spring City Road. Roads will be partially blocked but opened. Drivers should be aware of possible delays. The event will be out of the area by 10:30AM.
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